Lygeum spartum: esparto: gray-green needlegrasses (Stipa tenacissima and Lygeum spartum) in the family Poaceae that are indigenous to southern Spain. Lygeum spartum in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. Family: Poaceae Barnhart. Genus: Lygeum Loefl. ex L. Lygeum spartum Loefl. ex L. This species is accepted, and its native range is Medit. Toggle navigation.
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This QR Code is unique to this page. Anthers 3; mm long. Fertile Spikelets comprising 2 -3 fertile florets; without rhachilla extension.
Spikelets ovate; urceolate; laterally compressed; mm long; falling entire. The specific epithet is from soartum Greek word ‘sparton’ for “rope” and this is translated back to Spanish as ‘esparto’.
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It prefers dry or moist soil. Leaf-blades filiform; convolute; cm long; Eriachneae Hubbardieae Isachneae Micraireae. Lygeum is a genus of Mediterranean plants in the grass family. Index synonymique de la flore d’Afrique du nord 1: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Al Hadara Publishing, Cairo. Some information cannot be used for commercial reasons or be modified but some can.
Lygeum spartum – Loefl. Fruits Caryopsis with adherent pericarp; oblong; mm long. You can translate the content of this page by selecting a language in the spartjm box.
Journal of Arid Environments 48 3 This page was last edited on 22 Marchat Lemma hairs mm long. Poaceae Gramineae Grasses Origin: Only comments or links that are felt to be directly relevant to a plant will be included.
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In spring into summer appear the curious flowers of this grass which have 2 or 3 large single flower spikelets fused together at the base surrounded by many long hairs and are further enveloped by a pair of large pale-colored spathe-like bracts.
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Palea fused below to lemma margins forming a septum between lemmas ; linear; 2 length of lemma. Spatheole lanceolate; cm long; chartaceous. All plant pages have their own unique code. Leaf-blade apex attenuate; filiform. Its extensive root system has been shown to play a significant role in preventing desertification by stabilizing the sand and is a valued source of forage and for making rope, baskets, shoes, and paper. spartmu
Lygeum – Wikipedia
Culms cm long. Inflorescences Inflorescence comprising only a few spikelets; comprising 1 fertile spikelets; subtended by a spatheole; enclosed. Very easy, larger clumps can be replanted direct into their permanent positions, though it is best to pot up smaller clumps and grow them on in a cold frame until they are rooting well. Ligule an eciliate membrane; 5 mm long.
It is found spaetum one portion of the province of Carthage in Neared Spain, though not in every part of that; but wherever it is produced, the mountains are covered all over with it.
Plants Profile for Lygeum spartum (lygeum)
Both are very tolerant of saline soils. A fibre is obtained from the leaves[1, 61, ], it makes a fine quality paper. Prefers a light loamy soil. Retrieved from ” https: Flora of Egypt 4: This plant is naturally widespread throughout the Mediterranean from southern Italy and Crete west to the Iberian Pennisula and in North Africa where it is found on clay and chalky soils in arid climates from to 3, feet in elevation, often higher than the similar more coastal Stipa tenacissima.
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